365 Project – Day 90

Bath is celebrated for the wonderful Georgian buildings throughout the city. One of the most beautiful is Pulteney Bridge that spans the River Avon. Like most of these buildings there is a public (or beautiful) side and a private (or plain) side. Actually some of these backsides are really quite tatty. Here is the private…

365 Project – Day 89

After a very nice Mothering Sunday lunch we all went to Dyrham Park where I took Maude for a walk in the woods. I spotted a log on the ground completely covered in bright green moss and on the moss was a ladybird. As you can see the little bugger moved when I took a…

365 Project – Day 88

Oh my goodness, here we are at Day 88 and I realise that I have not posted a picture of a door. I’m very fond of interesting doors and think that they make good pictures. Mrs Sixwheeler and I are off to France in May where I always seem to find good doors. I will…

365 Project – Day 87

On Sunday we celebrate “Mothering Sunday” when it is traditional to give to  your mother a pretty card, some flowers or an attractive gift. This year Sainsburys have got the attractive gift thing nailed with this delicious looking pizza. 28 March 2014

365 Project – Day 86

Today I was in North Devon, a beautiful part of the world. At the top of the hill above the village of Kings Nympton I came across this,a beacon. Before the invention of telephones and the suchlike beacons were arranged in line of sight on high ground and fires lit in them to give warning…

365 Project – Day 85

  This is NOT the Bath moon rocket, it is the memorial put up by “The Inhabitants and Visitors of Bath to the PRINCESS VICTORIA on the attainment of her majority. 24 May 1837.” It stands in the entrance to Royal Victoria Park. Obviously. 26 March 2014

365 Project – Day 84

I will have to stop taking “Springtime” photographs soon, but in the meantime I am really enjoying the way so many things are coming back to life. I’ve been looking for some “Sticky Buds” for a while, I like to cut some for a vase and watch as they open up and the leaves come…